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- http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/causes/i131/ ; including
Study Estimating Thyroid Doses of I-131 Received by Americans From Nevada Atmospheric Nuclear Bomb Test.
Chapter 4: Transfer of 1 3 1I from Deposition on the Ground to Fresh Cows’ Milk
Fallout from Nuclear Weapons Tests and Cancer Risks: Exposures 50 years ago still have health implications today that will continue into the future. / Steven L. Simon, André Bouville and Charles E. Land A reprint from American Scientist, the magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society.
Native American Exposure to Iodine-131 from Nuclear Weapons Testing in Nevada / Abel Russ, Patricia George, Rob Goble, Stefano Crema, Chunling Liu, Dedee Sanchez. - Worcester, MA: George Perkins Marsh Institute, Clark University. Undated. 18 s. - http://www.clarku.edu/mtafund/prodlib/clark/round5/Iodine-131.pdf
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Epidemiology. 2006 Nov;17(6):604-14.
Thyroid disease associated with exposure to the Nevada nuclear weapons test site radiation: a reevaluation based on corrected dosimetry and examination data.
Lyon JL, Alder SC, Stone MB, Scholl A, Reading JC, Holubkov R, Sheng X, White GL Jr, Hegmann KT, Anspaugh L, Hoffman FO, Simon SL, Thomas B, Carroll R, Meikle AW.
SourceDepartment of Family and Preventive Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org
BACKGROUND: A study was begun in 1965 to 1966 to determine whether children exposed to radioactive iodine from nuclear weapons testing at the Nevada Test Site from 1951 through 1962 were at higher risk of thyroid disease. In 1993, we reported that among those examined in 1985 to 1986 (Phase II) there was an association between radiation from the Nevada Test Site and thyroid neoplasms.'